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"Innovations work for the economy" - interview with A. G. Shumilin to the newspaper "Respublika"

"Innovations work for the economy" - interview with A. G. Shumilin to the newspaper "Respublika"

When we say "economic growth", we mean innovation. Maybe we don't have a large-scale raw material base in our country, but there have always been minds and scientific schools here. The R correspondent learned about the latest developments in the intellectual sphere, the preparation of a new State program for innovative development, and the demand for Belarusian developments in foreign markets from the Chairman of the State Committee for science and technology, Alexander Shumilin.

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Medicine, ICT and mechanical engineering - what will be a priority for Belarus for the next five years

Medicine, ICT and mechanical engineering - what will be a priority for Belarus for the next five years

Belarus has identified common priorities for the development of science and innovation until 2025. According to decree No. 156, special attention will be paid to information, medical, biological, engineering and agricultural technologies. Priorities also include energy, construction and the environment. About what high-tech projects it is planned to implement in the next five years, BelTA learned from Alexander Shumilin, Chairman of the State Committee for Science and Technology.

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To monetize know-how? Easy!

To monetize know-how? Easy!

How are best minds creations in the country and abroad being identified, legalized, protected and monetized? On the eve of the International Intellectual Property Day we talked abouth this with the Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology, Alexander Shumilin.

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Parks of the innovation period

Parks of the innovation period

Over the past year, Belarusian science and technology parks produced products worth almost 150 million rubles. Approximately 80 percent of which is innovative. Every year, the State Committee for science and technology (SCST) optimizes the innovation infrastructure. In all regional centers, Novopolotsk, Pinsk, Bobruisk, Gorki, Borisovsky and Lyakhovichi districts, there are already 16 technoparks and 8 technology transfer centers, where more than 2.8 thousand people work. Who are they-residents of technoparks? What innovative projects do they offer today? What markets do they enter? What challenges are faced and what progressive solutions are offered to the global technology market? The Republic correspondent was looking for answers to these questions.

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E-health and smart cities - which projects can be included in the new program innovation

E-health and smart cities - which projects can be included in the new program innovation

The introduction of breakthrough technologies and the creation of new production facilities are all in the plans for the next five years. Alexander Shumilin, Chairman of the state Committee for science and technology, told BELTA about the priority projects for Belarus ' innovative development.

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“New guidelines for scientific and technical cooperation”, interview with Alyaxandar Shumilin for “SOYUZ” newspaper

“New guidelines for scientific and technical cooperation”, interview with Alyaxandar Shumilin for “SOYUZ” newspaper

The SOYUZ correspondent is interviewing the chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology of Belarus, Alyaxandar Shumilin, about the prospects for union scientific and technical cooperation.

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INNOVESTMENT FROM BELNAFTAKHIM, interview with Alexander Shumilin for the journal "Bulletin of Belnaftakhim"

INNOVESTMENT FROM BELNAFTAKHIM, interview with Alexander Shumilin for the journal "Bulletin of Belnaftakhim"

Achievements of Belarusian scientists are annually celebrated by the international community. Thus, in 2019, our country took 72nd place in the Global International Innovation Index (14 positions rise compared to 2018). Researchers in the field of petrochemistry make a significant contribution to improving the effectiveness of scientific, technical and innovative activities in Belarus. 

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“Forecast until 2040 - on the prospects for the development of science and international cooperation”, interview with Alexander Shumilin BELTA

“Forecast until 2040 - on the prospects for the development of science and international cooperation”, interview with Alexander Shumilin BELTA

It is interesting to imagine what the world will be like in a couple of decades. Will the usual way of life change beyond recognition under the influence of the rapid development of technology? What directions will be priority for the economy of the future? To keep up with the times, you need to look for answers to questions about tomorrow. Of course, the prospects for technological development of the country could not remain without the attention of experts. In Belarus, a comprehensive forecast of scientific and technological progress was developed for the years 2021-2025 and for the period until 2040. Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology Alexander Shumilin spoke about the results of the forecast of innovative entrepreneurship and international projects in an interview with BelTA.

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"How to make money on innovation?", an interview with Alexander Shumilin for newspaper "7 days"

"How to make money on innovation?", an interview with Alexander Shumilin for newspaper "7 days"

What do we expect from Belarusian products? So that it was no worse than a foreign one and at the same time cheaper. Are domestic goods able to meet the consumer's dream? What role do innovative business and scientists play in this? On the eve of Science Day, which is celebrated on January 26, we asked the chairman of the State Committee for Science and Technology, Doctor of Economic Sciences Alexander Shumilin.

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"Five steps to the stars", an interview with Alexander Shumilin for newspaper "7 days"

"Five steps to the stars", an interview with Alexander Shumilin for newspaper "7 days"

The scientific and technological superiority of the country is judged by its achievements in the development of near-Earth and stellar space. One of our satellites is now operating as part of the orbiting constellation of Earth remote sensing.

Three Belarusians visited and returned from Earth orbit: cosmonauts Pyotr Klimuk, Vladimir Kovalenok, Oleg Novitsky. What are the prospects of Belarus entering the club of countries knowing its way around the Universe? When our people will fly to other planets, at least to the moon? We asked about this the chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology of Belarus, Alexander Shumilin.

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